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Remove a role based entitlement policy


When i remove a role based entitlement policy (which normally grants an
AD group entitlement) the DirXML-EntitlementRef doesn't get cleaned up
for the users who are associated to the entitlement through this

So the user still has a reference to the Entitlement and is still in
the AD group. How can i make the driver respond on the deletion of a RBE
policy and revoke all users who are associated through this policy to
the AD group entitlement (but here is the trick, only revoke if the
entitlement isn't granted by any other RBE policy).

Any information on this? Or am i misunderstanding something?

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